Jeuc Dietrich
vocals, percussions, hurdy-gurdy, irish bouzouk, guitars, melotron, cellos, drum and electronic programming

Anik Faniel
vocals, electric bass, percussions, bass drum, hurdy gurdy

Siavache Yasdanifar
daf, bendir, derbouka, sagattes, riq

Toma Venegoni
guitar on ennocint, additional keyboard

Christine Lurquin
additional vox on si t'saros

Freddy Pauwels
medevial drum on labosse

Ludivine Pauwels
additional strings on labosse

Ulrich Beuter
pipes on chuvez-mi

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First of all, there were two voices, two musicians the song of which unites on this luxurious polyphony and so characteristic of Dietrich’s music.

Of this timeless poetry and the marriage of this song in the ground, the percussions of Siavache, Persian musician, then wandering, were born, and opened the road to these instruments in touched or licked by the wheel of a hurdy-gurdy, or the fingers of a bouzouki on a bass … the fusionnel shock, of the East in the West, of caravan seraglio to the old bards remained hidden from some ancestral musics. But the Dietrich’s vocal music is above all of this multiple and new energy, the one who carries the life, the happiness to be, simply, as usual in journey there.

Dietrich calls the discovery of a unique, and nevertheless a musicality profoundly anchored in each person.

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